SleepPro Silensor

  • SleepPro Silensor - SleepPro Sleep Solutions
  • SleepPro Silensor - SleepPro Sleep Solutions
  • SleepPro Silensor - SleepPro Sleep Solutions

SleepPro Silensor


The SleepPro Silensor offers all the benefits of our custom made products with the addition of adjustability.

Made from a tough dual polymer material. the separate upper and lower elements are joined by articulating adjustable straps. The straps allow the user to adjust the forward advancement incrementally to find the optimum position that provides relief from snoring. When advised by a physician this product is suitable for mild to moderate sleep apnea. 

The adjustable straps also allow for movement of the jaw and easier speech with the device in place.

Risk Assessment
Making your own dental impressions is straight forward but can has some risks which you should be aware of before deciding 
Allergy. We use vinyl polysiloxane. Vinylpolysiloxane (VPS) is a type of silicone-based impression material commonly used in dentistry. It is a popular choice for making accurate dental impressions due to its high dimensional stability, tear strength, and accuracy. VPS is available in a variety of viscosities, allowing dental practitioners to choose the appropriate consistency based on the specific application. It is used in a variety of dental procedures, including crowns, bridges, and dentures. VPS has largely replaced traditional impression materials like alginate due to its superior accuracy and ease of use.
Damage to teeth, crowns, veneers, inlays, onlays, implants, crowns or other oral prosthesis. So long as your teeth are in good health, your crowns etc are fitting well and are not loose or leaking the risk of damage is minimal. But should you be concerned please check with your dentist first before considering a purchase or proceeding with any impression process. Ultimately it is your choice and we do not accept responsibility for any damage caused using our impression system.
Stuck impression. The impression material used is soft and "fluid" it is designed to flow around and between teeth to provide an accurate impression. If you have very "gappy" teeth or receding gums this can create more undercuts and greater surface area of tooth. Whilst the impression material does not have any adhesive quality, it can feel "stuck" to the teeth when trying to remove it. It is best to remove it by first breaking the suction on one side, pulling the impression off the molar area first usually works best. Once the impression starts to move it should slowly release all the way around. In the rare circumstances you are unable to break the suction a call to 111 will be necessary to find a duty dentist who would be able to assist. This is however exceptionally rare occurrence, but must be mentioned as a potential risk.
Bleeding after impression removal. If taking blood thinning medication, please be aware that when removing the impression it is possible to scratch or puncture the gum with a misplaced fingernail! Care should be taken if you are know to bleed easily.
If you experience bleeding gums after taking a dental impression, it is important to take it seriously. Bleeding gums can be a sign of inflammation, infection or trauma to the gums. Ignoring it can lead to serious dental problems such as gum disease, which can eventually lead to tooth loss.
To take action, first, consult your dental professional. They may recommend a follow-up appointment to assess the situation and provide you with an appropriate treatment plan. In the meantime, you can improve your oral health by gently brushing twice a day, flossing once a day, and using an antiseptic mouthwash. Be sure to avoid acidic or sugary foods and drinks that can irritate your gums. Finally, stay hydrated and get enough sleep to help your body heal. Remember, early detection and treatment can prevent serious dental problems down the line.
When agree to a purchase You warrant that:
You are over 18 years of age
the information and personal details You provided to us are correct.
You are not pregnant or breastfeeding
You are not allergic to vinyl polysiloxane (additional silicone) which we use as impression material
Your dentist has not advised you against using any of our products
You will take the impression Yourself
You will only use any of our products for the sole purpose for which they were intended
You will remove any dentures before taking any impression
You have no loose or decayed teeth
You will not use any of our products if you have loose crowns, bridgework, inlays, onlays or fillings, fixed orthodontic treatment, or any other oral problems such as, but not limited to gum disease.
You understand that we are not dentists and can not provide any treatment or advice.
You understand that if any impression is not satisfactory, any further supplies of impression material is available at our discretion and at your cost plus carriage.
You accept that neither the manufacturer nor Us are responsible for any consequences of Your use of any of the products we supply to You unless You have completely and accurately followed the product instructions.
You agree to indemnify Us our agents and servants and employees and any manufacturer or supplier of our products against any 3rd party claims